Woodburner / Open Fire
Glamping pod geodomes
Exopod’s geodomes (called Eyl, Peswara, Nessa and Tressa) with their geometric structures are like staying in your own personal Eden Project biome. Each one is set in its own private space, surrounded by wildflower meadows and with views over the Cornish countryside.
Enjoy a BBQ on your terrace on a warm evening under a star-filled sky or on cooler nights light the little wood burner and take in the panoramic views provided by the huge window. Each geodome has a super king-size bed (Eyl and Nessa have four posters) with a pocket sprung mattress, goose down duvet and crisp white sheets. Eyl, Nessa and Peswara also have en suite bathrooms with large bathtubs from which you can enjoy views of the night sky and flushing toilets. They also have well equipped private kitchens with gas double ring burner and grill. Tressa has the use of the kitchen, shower and toilets in the main barn (shared with 1 other unit). The sofa in each geodome can be split into two singles allowing 4 guests in total in the pod.
Providing an off-grid experience, the units are lit by fairy lights and candles and water is provided from our onsite spring. There is electricity in our main barn, where you can charge your electrical items, find fridge and freezer space, our honesty shop and a hairdryer!
Complimentary cheese, biscuits, chutney, tea, freshly ground coffee, hot chocolate, fresh milk and cookies are provided.
Eyl & Nessa
Staying in Launceston gives you plenty of options for fun activities to make your holiday a memorable one!
If it is history you crave, Launceston castle should be on your itinerary and is a great setting for children to imagine themselves playing knights upon their imaginary steeds. Of course Launceston is also known for its steam railway, great for little and big kids alike. This steam train chugs through the countryside giving you a real flavour of Cornwall, ending at Newmills.
Launceston is only a short drive away from the beaches of North Cornwall. Trebarwith Strand, Widemouth Bay and Crackington Haven are all within easy reach and have beautiful soft golden sands for your little ones to build their sandcastles and decorate them with shells. If you visit Crackington Haven, make sure to grab a bite to eat at The Coombe Barton pub, whose food is excellent!
Also on the north coast are Boscastle and Tintagel, two villages steeped in folklore and legends. Discover King Arthur and Merlin at Tintagel Castle, then pop over to Boscastle to visit The Museum of Witchcraft before taking a stroll on the south-west coast path? Also a great stop at Boscastle is The Boscastle Farmshop with great views, cafe and local produce.
A drive south of Launceston will bring you to the Tamar Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The area is famed for its mining heritage and received world heritage status. There are many walks, trails for mountain biking and horseback riding too!
Launceston has many great cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants to choose from. The White Horse Inn serves excellent food and is very friendly. It is known for having the best Sunday roast in town. If you fancy a light lunch with great views, pay a visit to The Cowslip Tearooms.
With so much to do Launceston is a great place to get to know Cornwall from and spend some quality time together.
Geodome’s are available for a minimum of two nights.
Please contact the owners for booking enquiries.
Super king-size bed
Hotel quality linen
Sofa (splits into 2 single beds)
En-suite bathroom (exc. Tressa Pod)
Complimentary St Kitt's toiletries
Large bathtub (exc. Tressa Pod)
Bath and hand towels provided
Wood burning stove